As published on HealthNewsDigest.com
November 12, 2020
Some wrist injuries – say, from a car or sports accident – are obviously more severe than others,” he explains. But most of us injure our wrists from time to time by tripping and falling. Our wrists aren’t designed to absorb the impact they receive when we try to ‘catch’ ourselves by putting our hands out and landing on them during a fall.”
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Alejandro Badia, M.D., is an internationally renowned hand and upper-limb surgeon and founder of Badia Hand to Shoulder Center and OrthoNOW®, a network of immediate orthopedic care centers. Dr. Badia is the author of Healthcare from the Trenches.